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. >> reporter: lauren grew up in dallas, texas. her parents divorced when she was young, but would later remarry after seven years apart. their experience inspired their work today as marriage counselors. their greatest joy, twin daughters, brittney and lauren. lauren's father, jeff, says lauren always sparkled. >> there's a spirit about her that is just -- it's contagious. that she's just so full of life. >> reporter: but in one awful moment last december, everything changed for lauren and her family. it's the subject they write about in a book, "still lolo" about their family's journey. they took us back to the night the accident happened, a night that was supposed to have been so much fun for lauren and her mother, cheryl. >> we had gone to church, lauren and i, and just went to some friends for dinner afterwards, like we always do. they live on an airport, so we ate dinner and they decided they were going to do some, you know, recreational flying, go look at christmas lights and everything. >> reporter: it's common in this neighborhood around the airport where people share a passion for plan
now a chemical plant on fire in garland, texas. this is just a few miles northeast of dallas. new pictures coming into fox news. firefighters trying to and thosg some 50 feet into the air. it's the nexeo solutions plant. it's related to the production of valvoline oil and other products. a spokesperson says all 41 workers at the plant are safe, but officials are evacuated people who live within a quarter mile of this plant. a temporary flight restriction is now in place. so our news choppers had to leave the area and prevent us from bringing you live pictures. but these are fresh ones coming in to fox news. the fire captain says he's not sure what started this fire which began about three hours ago. he says it took firefighters some time to even get close to it because of how close those chemical storage tanks are to one another and the intense heat. more details on this as we get them. >>> we are now hearing from witnesses who were describing what happened when a train slamd into a parade float that was filled with u.s. military veterans. plus how some of those veterans raced to
of a really tough nfc east stretch for the skins four days after the philly game they play at dallas thanksgiving day. that is two games in five days and even though the coaches did some cowboy scouting over the bye, the players don't want to hear it. >> we got one game to worry about now. that's the game played this sunday. all that setting, we looking ahead. you can't look ahead. you got to look right now. sunday is the most important game. all the other stuff i get tired of hearing it because that's what people use to try to get your mind off the main goal. the main goal is playing who you play this week. >> we just try to win one football game and the next one is philly and so you can't really worry about what others -- we're till in it, but if we don't take care of our own business, then we're not going to be in it. so we're going to worry about philly and go out there and try to get a win this weekend and then let the chips fall where they may. >> one game at a time, don't we all know that by now? eagles quarterback michael vick has officially been ruled out of sunday's game wi
and cheerios is happy to be part of the family. you just ate dallas! . >>> airport officials got a real scare last night in phoenix. a woman with her two month old son in the car plowed right through a gate at sky harbor airport. she then drove across a runway before officers rammed her car into a fence. fortunately no one was injured here. police say it appears 21-year-old coco nicole anderson was so impaired by drugs that she was unaware of where she was or that her baby was in the car. the child was handed over to relatives. the woman is now being charged with dui and criminal damage. >>> a bay area holiday tradition is set to start tonight. the san francisco spca unveals its holiday. all available for adoption. the holiday display helped 2300 pip pis and kittens find new families and even people who aren't in a position to adopt can still help by donating money. $4 hun thousand has been collected over the years for this cause. >>> major league baseball owners today wrapped up a meeting in chicago apparently without talking about moving the oakland a's down to the south bay. that change wo
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